My Personal Cancer Journey — Top 50 Theatrical Plays, #11-20

I love the theater! Plays are so much more personal than movies. Of course, entertainment like this is best appreciated live, especially the musicals, but these works of Art can at least be read and appreciated if modern performances are not available. Many deal with profound human issues while some are strictly entertainment, but they are all enjoyable. See if you agree with my choices. Check out any that you have not experienced in your lifetime. I will present them in groups of ten, listed alphabetically by author or lyricist.

11. Euripides — Medea 

12. Goldsmith, Arthur — She Stoops to Conquer 

13. Hamlisch, Marvin, and Edward Kleban — A Chorus Line 

14. Ibsen, Henrik — A Doll’s House 

15. Ibsen, Henrik — Hedda Gabler 

16. Ionesco, Eugene — Rhinoceros 

17. Kander, John, and Fred Ebb — Cabaret 

18. Larson, Jonathan — Rent 

19. Lerner, Alan Jay, and Frederick Loewe — Camelot 

20. Lerner, Alan Jay, and Frederick Loewe — My Fair Lady 

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